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andy cohen. some real house lives and a diary with a best selling book the to keep track of the ride. >> i love the format of a diary. it's great because i lead a life everyday that i don't know who i'm going to meet or what stupid thing i'm going to do. now, to reaction of president obama and the world for it's going to begin after nine days of mourning there. >> reporter: good morning to you willy. the older generation is reacting emotionally. they're praising and this is in sharp contest to back in the yourself. >> in revolutions square,
one woman overcome with grief. she says to me he is not dead. his mother dying on the journey and returning him was a national cause for him. he says i wanted to show him everything that i cuban tv paid tributes to the founder of the revolution and still a towering figure in the nation's imagination after he circum to sillness and gave up power to his brother. young people marched and one saying this is painful for our country. in the one this we all loved. the so called ladies in white
when i interviewed him in 2002 he defined political reformed. telling me that it's not logical to set for anyone else. in fact he was always confident that his cause was out live him and writing a final column and the u.s. election only two weeks ago and once there's no problem if i die because there are a lot of young people that are trained and know what to do. >> the regime began in 1959 with firing squads and the list goes on and on. there's not an infinity there and that's been the reaction there that you have seen? >> reporter: well, the reaction is muted. we have yet to see the protests
resisted all sorts of repression and marched throughout and that's sunday on church. with that said, i think that cubans moved on in many ways. they have made so many changes and the opening to the u.s. and castro never fully embraced and was critical of somehow diplomatically. there's basically a holding reaction here. they do not know what the expect. the fact that obama is invested heavily in the changechanges, a can be done. the addition of the cultural and more people traveling, and with that said this is a turning
conscience of the political changes back in the u.s. >> and you have spent a lot of time in cuba there and the long interview in 2002 and he gave you a tour of the country. what were the personal impressions of the man up close? >> reporter: well, i went when there were so many protests against the u.s. and the height of gonzales boy. there would be dinners and interviews and meetings at midnight going until 2:00 in the morning. it was hard to keep up with him. over the years i had many interviews with him, and he was still combative and read everything. he had access the internet and most did not back then. he wouz questioning about the politics and the politics back
to his revolution. >> i loved hearing you say that ain one interview that you conducted, one of the interviews lasted for 45 minutes and gave you time to take a nap. >> reporter: yeah, it did. >> thanks. a big question is what will the death men for the united states and cuba? obama put saturday and trump has been tweeting about the election recount. >> reporter: good morning to you. it's not clear how president-elect trump will unfold, but we may have gotten a few clues in the statement that he released o yesterday. he said fidel castros legacy is
unimaginable suffering. what he did not say is that had he plans to reverse the executive actions put in place by obama and that's something that he talked about the campaign trail. is there an opening there? the current president far more measured in his response saying that history is his response. meanwhile, this all comes as the clinton campaign announces that stine that wrazed enough money. she wanted to do it after a group of scientists found that voting regularities in the three states. clinton campaign saying that this is not at over turning the results. they say if there's going to be a recount, they also have a lawyer in the room. donald trump as you say tweeting
saying hillary clinton conceded the election when she called me just prior to the victory speech and after that, nothing will change. >> plan hurt for us through a cold for us. always good to see you. >> thanks willy. you and your family maybe some of the millions heading home today. we're following out of it for you. let's begin with kristin that's watching the r >> reporter: hey, good morning the you. approximate if you're heading out now, it's not that bad of a time. it's quiet now and that means that it's going to get busy. eight percent of americans going to be traveling by air, and that means that a vast majority are going to be hitting the road. that's 43 and a half million
fuelled in large part by the law gas prices. $2.13 and with that many people hitting the road, they expect the accidents. if you're heading out o, be careful out there. >> thanks. nearly 4 million are flying this week in the air and are in the security line. we're at the airport in >> reporter: good morning from one of the busiest airport in the world. 3.7 million traveling and since the recession. if you widen that out to the entire thanksgiving period, 27 million are expected to travel. the good news is that if you look at the flight map, there's delays and a lot of green and
are adding extra staff and security lines. the security lines are opening a built earlier. trying to make sure that you have a smath trip. they're asking if you're coming to the aairport, you arrive earlier and possible check in online. >> dillon is in with a look at the map this morning. >> as we go later into the afternoon,co delays in the midwest. if you're traveling, we're looking at another trouble spot near seattle and down to la where we could see the heavier rain to cause the delays as well. we're going to see the possibility of the strong stormsing and gusty winds and this morning it's the dense fog that's the biggest concern. that could create some isolated delays and the rain moving in and morning showers and wind gusts 25 to 35 miles an hour.
i 80 is slow going because of the increase chance of the heavier rain later in the day. also through the pacific northwest and there's a lot of snow and passes. if you're traveling over the today. look at mostly cloudy skies across the area today windy conditions valley rain mounted snow possibility especially later on degrees. well below normal. winds make it feel even colder overnight tonight decreasing clouds decreasing winds as well look at the temperature 39 degrees for the overnight low. waking up to and that's your latest forecast. >> and that's the latest forecast. >> thank you. we will talk to you main. getting to the bottom of the
who kidnapped a young woman and what happened to her in the three week that is she was missing. we're in yolo, california near where she was found. good morning. >> reporter: yeah, good morning. it's extremely dark out here on the west coast and very early. this is the area and these are the conditions where she was trying to flag down drivers and chained to something. it's now the area that investigators are going from building to building for any surveillance video looking for a dark suv. >> along this remote stretch of interstate five. >> she is heavily battered and a akon firmed kidnapping. >> saturday investigators reviewing the video surveillance from the church the closest building where she was found.
>> did they find anything? >> no, he did not. experts say that it's bazaar. >> there's a lot of highly unusual circumstances in the story. >> so far the sheriff's department have described it as two hispanic woman but have offered no motive on to where she was kidnapped. she disappeared after jogging from her home 150 miles away. police helping the solve the case. >> there's hours and weeks and the victim is the best witness. she is the one that can help to break the case wide open. >> reporter: at this point they have only speaken to her once. more interviews are expected in the coming days. >> aglad that she is back with her family.
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>> i mean, the coat, the pom-pon hat. it is all working for her. social media paid the respects to her and definitely did take note of the length of the song with some said they cook, eat and lean up thanksgiving dinner before the anthem is over. cbs sports broadcast the game and added her to the graphic about the team's time of possession. vikings 10:48, lions 14:37, aretha my position on this is clear. i take all the aretha franklin i can get. >> i think i made the potatoes and whipped in the butter during the the song. >> first low to the sinking feeling we all had when you forget your i.d. on your way into the white house to receive your presidential medal of freedom. ellen degeneres one of 21 high profile americans to receive the highest civilian chon nor this
scene her for and almost didn't happen. ellen posted a photo to twitter sitting on the bench sitting with the caption they haven't let me in the white house because i forgot my i.d. #not joking. after a long wait, ellen was waved through just in time to have the medal pinned around her net by president obama. see, i like that. says great things about the security of the white house. >> it is true. >> doesn't matter who you are. >> same security here at nbc. it's a nightmare i.d. >> next high to another american icon, miss piggy. riding a float and singing with tony bennett in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. well, larry leadfoot was driving apparently and with the nation driving, piggy stepped in to save the great tony bennett. >>. ? coming to town ? >> oh!
like doing a neutral drop i did in high school. chill, man. nice job by miss piggy. >> yeah. definitely gets an award for this. >> next low goes to how low, former texas governor rick perry got down on "dancing with the stars. "both a former contestant and rumored to be in contention for a position in the trump administration, deejaying for vanilla ice on "ice, ice just enjoy. ? too cold ? ? ice ice baby ? ? too cold too cold ? >> rick perry! >> there's rick perry. hat on backwards just doing rick perry right there. >> is that the fox trot? i'm not sure. >> i have no idea what that is. he's game. he'll do anything that rick perry. next high to the holiday spirit of one texting grandma and the recipient of her message.
about thanksgiving plans, wanda of mesa, arizona, mistakenly including a number to a 17-year-old stranger of jamal. he posted the hilarious exchange to twitter asking who was texting him. wanda said, your grandma. after wanda sent a photo he wrote back, you're not my grandma. can i still get a plate, snow to which she replied, of course you can. that's what grandmas do. he took her up on the with a beautiful pump pin pie. sharing a meal with wanda not his grandma and family. >> i felt like she's a very nice lady and i'm very happy about the whole situation. >> it gives me faith a lot in humanity because so many people have been kind and ever since wherever i go, i meet such nice people everywhere and i think that we all need to start looking at the good things and
>> the -- she had to change the phone number because when it was posted it had the number on it and can i come over for thanksgiving, too? >> thanksgiving dinner. >> i love that. great thanksgiving story there. the final low to the timing of one poor nfl audio guy. bernie is a sound technician crossing in here from the right side of the frame. >> oh! >> just as the giant flairs from the minnesota vikings are sprinting on to the field. and it's a 6'4", 329-pound player. bernie is a gamer. busted the glasses. hopped up and did the game. >> don't beat the train. >> let the vikings pass. >> thank you. next, andy cohen on the life and career taking him from tv and career taking him from tv (chuckle)
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tracking valley rain mounted snow across the area plus a wind advisory in effect at about noon today the shower was done to make their way eastward you can that's fine. that's fine. thank you the kid's table for being a place not to talk about politics. >> jimmy fallon wrapped up by writing thank you gifts. the wildest show in the late night belongs to a news producer andy cohen.
with the release this month of the tell all book, i have been a guest and taken over many times. >> it's game time. ?? >> welcome to the clubhouse. >> thank you. i like it in here. >> i feel that it's strange to be here without a drink in your >> you know andy cohen for a couple of thins. >> hey everybody. >> as the host of the biggest celebrity party many in late night and as the architect, ring master and chaperon of the real housewives. >> things may change, but cynthia bailey never goes out of style. >> you decide who is coming back this season? >> i am one of the voices of
>> but the st. louis knave was a lot less glamourous. >> when i say i'm going to talk to you, they know the housewives and they have no idea how you started. as a news producer you were the youngest ever and came up through the news business. >> yeah, i did. i wanted o to be in the news. i wanted to be in front of the camera and gave up the dream when i was an intern new york. i felt like i was in an episode of the world. i said i'm not going go to small stations and try to make my way, i am going move to new york and try to make it. i got a great opportunity of a lifetime. barry hitler offered me a job to run programming at a small channel that wounded up failing,
bravo. >> yeah, i did. >> it spilled on to the air when his hit series about the housewives was relit for the tv in 2009. >> hey everybody, welcome to a watch what happens special. >> it's made him a star and he has written three best selling books and more adventures from the andy cohen diary. >> this last one left off. >> a week later. i love the format of a diary. it's great because i lead a life that i don't know what it's going to lead or do. this opens at joan rivers funeral. sad place to start, but you have the start somewhere. by the time it's over, two years later i became emotionally exhausted by reporting on my own
write it down because i am completely just exhausting myself. >> as his own diary shows, andy's life is exhausting. he is crossed over from celebrity fan to bonifide celebrity himself. he runs with sarah jessica parker, jimmy fallon. his lists are >> anner son cooper says that no one enjoys being famous more than me. i took it as a criticism and then started to break down what he was saying. i said to him one night, i became famous after the age of 40. after i had lived in new york for like 20 years. would you imagine being in new
get into restaurants that you never could or just treating you better. so that's what it means, then you're right. e i really do like it. >> you may notice that mariah is the only other one that i have switched seats for. >> yeah, this tells you everything that you need to the tea bag. >> that's true. >> are there night because doing a show five nights a week, it's there. are their nights that you have to pull yourself up? >> there's a moment that i got the research on the show and it's a small percentage of people that said that i stopped watching because andy is over it.
that line. i thought this is my dream job. if two people turn on this show and think that i'm checked out and i'm not into it anymore, then not only am i not doing my job, i should not be allowed do any job. this is my idea of heaven. >> i know there's one guest that you're still hoping will show up in the gust house. the first of thing. is it going the happen? >> no. >> why? >> because she and madonna since i have said that those are the two people, i think that they're vowing to go on every show but this show just to make me literally crazy. >> you get people to say thing in this room that they do not say anywhere else. >> yes.
there would you ask her? >> dennis rodham, a rod. >> what about the first lady sit nothing the chair? >> well, i would want to do a tequila shot. i know that she is a classic housewife fan. it's been confirmed. people on the staff, say things about the husband. there's a lot. there's great success and now you want something else. >> yeah, this is great. i need to focus on what is going to ground me for the life. >> which is? >> who knows. a kid. maybe i will open an orphan. >> one kid. run the whole thing. >> something to ground my heart besides this.
>> i don't know. that's a good question. i'm seeing someone now. who knows where it goes. >> does he know about the orphan coming into play. >> no, we have to talk about that. >> andy cohen superficial is 4rrd on and it happens sunday through thursday night on bravo. more more on andy and why he beli train wreck tv, click on the web extras. next week the one and only bet miller. talking about the early days of the career and behind the scenes stories and what is still ahead. that's next week on sunday "today." dylan is back with a look at the weather. >> did he break into song?
it's been a wet couple f of day in the pacific northwest and it's going dry out. we have a cold front moving in today and that's going cool down and then up and down the coast we see the much needed rain and then late tuesday it's going last through thursda today. look at across the area today windy conditions valley rain mounted snow possibility especially later on today the high only 55 degrees. well below normal. winds make it feel even colder overnight tonight decreasing clouds decreasing winds as well look at the temperature 39 degrees for the overnight low. waking up to and that is your lat >> andes that's the latest
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florida, to cuba is only 90 miles but in ways political and cultural the island is a million miles away. for exiles who flet castro's regime, his death brings new hope. kerry sanders is in miami's little havana. >> reporter: a celebration in miami's little havana. 57 years in the making. >> castro's died. castro dies! important to us! it's opportunity to be to really free. >> reporter: the aged faces of those first cuban exiles to come to the u.s. back in the early 1960s reveals a lifetime of pain and now joy. >> i would call him a dictator, a thug, a murderer. he's our version of hitler. >> reporter: but in cuba, fidel was a hero to come, a charismatic leader from rural crew bah. the childhood home on a plantation, now a state museum.
entoured with the family here. rather, it is believed the man that commanded the world stage buried near santiago, the closest big city to where he launched his unlikely revolution. a revolution that led to the cuban missile crisis that had the world on the brink of nuclear war. the failure of the soviet union that supported cuba's economy. the shoot down of the brothers to the rescue plane. elian gonzalez, a little boy found floating between a father in cuba and family in miami certain he should not be returned to a communist country. he eventually was. in the last two years, relations between the u.s. and cuba have changed. the u.s. now has an embassy in havana. president obama even visited the island. cruise ships now sail from miami to havana. there are regularly skeged flights to the island.
best friends patricia and lydia, both left cuba as children, each with a different idea on lifting or keeping that embargo. >> yes, we should lift the embargo because it's not worked in 50-plus years. >> with the obama administration, it was a free for all. >> reporter: with the picture of their father who was imprisoned by fidel, elaina said she waits >> we need to get rid of his brother. his brother. and then maybe one day we can visit cuba. a free cuba again. >> and kerry sanders joins me now live from miami. do many of the cuban-americans that you talked to, the families that endure the legacy of castro feel that perhaps now they can begin to reclaim their country? >> reporter: you know, they recognize i think that fidel castro's death is really symbolic. it is his brother raul who's
i was struck this morning thinking about a trip to cuba 24 years ago and i hopped on a car for a ride and it was a nice car, a mercedes. i said to the guy driving, is this your car in he goes, no, all cars in cuba owned by -- and then went like this and struck like the beard there of fidel saying all cars are owned by fidel and under raul castro, relatively recently, folks in cuba own and sell cars, sell property. so change comes to incrementally. and raul castro says he'll step down in two years. the person who will take over for him wasn't even alive when the fidel castro revolution began. >> remarkable. castro, even controlled the cars. kerry sanders in miami for us this morning, thank you so much. next on "sunday today," two marines blown up in the same truck in iraq recrew nighted more than a i love you so much. that's why i bought six of you... for when you stretch out.
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they got from an extraordinary organization. >> how are you? >> oh my god! >> you look great. >> a reunion more than ten years in the making. >> good. >> i feel guilty that i don't -- like, i haven't kept in touch you. >> well, it is okay. life goes on. >> reporter: somehow the former marines found ahead after one of the worst disasters. >> three were killed and 11 wounded when a suicide car bomb slammed into the convoy in fallujah. >> reporter: they both joined the marines at the age of 18. >> the military was a way for me to be part of tradition, wonderful tradition of the marine corps. to have that pride, to feel more american.
different than the average college after high school. >> reporter: they were deployed to iraq in early 2005. a monthly work reation brought them together, searching local women at a military checkpoint near camp fallujah. then, came a moment that changed their lives forever. so take me back to that day, june 23rd, 2005. >> as we were convoying back to base -- >> i remember the city was empty. al >> i was going to get in a different truck actually. but yeah. and so i was the last one who got on the truck and because they said, we want all the females on the same truck. oh. i'm sorry. >> reporter: as their military convoy passed an open market late in the day, a suicide bomber rammed into their 7-ton truck. >> when i got ejected i hit my head and knocked out cold for a
feeling like this is -- we're going to die and this is something bad is happening. >> reporter: with severe burns to their faces, hands and legs along with shrapnel wounds, they were transported back to their base camp. later, they were flown to the u.s. to begin their painful recovery at the brook army medical center in texas. >> all of us were in hospital for three, four weeks. we could hear each other crying and in pain when each of us are being taken care they had to do to keep us alive. >> reporter: healing the wounds of war inside and out is no easy task. enter operation meant, a program at ucla medical center that provides at no cost specialty medical care and psychological health support of wounded warriors an families. the organization helped mend their scars with eight surgeries
days. you know? around this time of year is when you try to reflect how you are a veteran. >> reporter: veterans reuniting for the new york city veterans day parade. a family formed by the generosity of operation mend. >> you need support. you can't be just in a hospital. you need people around you and people that love you and we have become a network for them. >> reporter: as a fitness instructor, angelica's confidence shines little bit more confidence you want to try to achieve and motivate you to try to do more in your life. >> reporter: a master's degree of occupational therapy. >> this experience allowed me to connect with my clients. >> what do you think people should know about vets they don't know? >> we're proud people. >> that we love this country. we love it so much that we're
>> our thanks to them for sharing their stories with us and to the team at operation mend for the life changing work it does every day. this week we highlight another life well lived. ? here's the story of a lovely lady who was bringing up three very lovely girls ? >> florence henderson played carol brady over five seasons of the "brady bunch." but thanks t legacy is america's tv mom extended into another generation. long before she became a television icon florence grew up poor in indiana. her own mother leaving the family when florence was 12. as a teenager, henderson sought something better for herself, chases a dream to broadway and in 1952 got the big break in "oklahoma." in 1959 henderson joined this
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this sunday, the death of fidel castro, what it means for the u.s., cuba and american politics. >> he destroyed a country. he destroyed practically a culture. >> andrea mitchell is in havan is trump backing away from some campaign rhetoric. remember this? now trump says hillary clinton has suffered enough. from the border wall to global warming, is there a change in the air? i will talk to trump area former campaign manager kellyanne conway. shades of 2000. the clinton campaign joins the effort to recount the vote in three states. is there any chance it could